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Re: White spots on tree trunks

Re: White spots on tree trunks
Posted by: chris (IP Logged)
Date: August 21, 2007 12:54

It sounds like Pulvinaria regalis, the horse chestnut scale. Unless you get very heavy infestations year after year it is unlikely to cause damage to your trees and isn't really worth trying to control. It's just a bit unsightly.

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|  White spots on tree trunks Midge 20/08/2007 16:29
||  Re: White spots on tree trunks chris 21/08/2007 12:54

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